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    Demixl Nov 12, 2019

    I don't know that much about treating the Jet Lag but I know a few things about preventing it from happen. You should get a lot of sleep before the actual flight. And not only the night before. You need to start preparing a few days before. I heard that if you travel east, you can go to bed one hour earlier than you usually do, two days before the flight, and 2 hours earlier the night before the sleep. I never tried that, but some people said that it works. And you travel west, you do the contrary - go to sleep later. For more information about the day or nocturnal jet lag, go on melatoninsupplements.com.

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Absolutely, afternoon sun can greatly benefit you if you are Jet lagged. Moreover, short naps and showers can also help you with treating and dealing with Jet lag.

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Why does Jet lag occur?


Jet lag occurs when you travel across several time zones. When you do so, your body goes out of sync with the destination time and it experiences daylight and darkness contrary to the rhythms it has grown accustomed to.

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Is the accommodation after the flight important in treating Jet lags?


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I am traveling east, how should I adjust my body to the destinations time zone?


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Do the symptoms of Jet lag vary depending on how many time zones Ive crossed?


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Why does jet lag occur?


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